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New App Saves People From Bad Dates

Written on July 10, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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eHarmony's Bad Date Rescue app, provides singles the perfect escape with fake phone calls from mom and scripted reactions

eHarmony’s cheeky app, the Bad Date Rescue App, saves you from a bad date by providing a pre-recorded incoming call from a pretend mother, friend, neighbour or even boss. It also provides dictated script you can follow in case you ran out of excuses.

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iTunes Movie Trailers App to Stream Movies in HD

Written on March 25, 2012 by Aiken Lewis

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Apple released an update that allows iTunes Movie Trailers to work with New iPad's Retina Display

After releasing an app that allows users to watch movie trailers from iTunes directly on your iPad, Apple has released a new update that lets you stream movies in the New iPad’s retina display.

You can really see the difference between the New iPad and the iPad 2. The 1024 x 768 screen of the iPad 2 is not capable of a full 720p display due to the aspect ratio. 1080p trailers can now be viewed in the third generation iPad, thanks to the new update.

New iPad owners can now enjoy watching free movie trailers in high definition.

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iTunes Match Beta Goes Live for US-Based Developers

Written on August 30, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Apple's iTunes Match is now open for developers!

In an email message sent by the Apple company, they have confirmed that the iTunes Match Beta is already available for developers.

Apple pointed out in the email that beta subscribers will be receiving an additional three months free by just having a 12 month paid subscription worth $24.99. The company also encourages users to save a local backup of the music that they have added to iTunes library and iCloud.

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Apple “Leaks” iPod Touch with 3G Images

Written on July 28, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Oh no! Apple accidentally leaked an image of iPod Touch with 3G capabilities.

Last Wednesday morning, iDownloadBlog noticed that Apple accidentally loaded a promo shot of an iPod Touch with 3G capabilities on the iTunes website. However, the image was immediately yanked off the iTunes website in North America, while the UK site still displays the accidental leak.

While the only thing missing in the image is the wireless carrier icon, it was followed by rumors that the next iPod Touch will have 3G capabilities. Furthermore, it was also speculated that Apple won’t release an iPod Nano, and would equip the iPod Touch with FaceTime and iMessage over 3G capabilities instead. That said, the rumored next-gen iPod Touch might require a data plan similar to iPad 2.

But since this is just a rumor, tech enthusiasts must take this as a grain of salt. Everything will remain as speculations, unless Apple officially announces the device in September.

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Kobo and WSJ Ceased Direct Selling Through iOS Gadgets

Written on July 25, 2011 by Lulu

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Kobo and the Wall Street Journal will stop direct selling through iOS devices, as the two companies follow Apple's new iOS subscription rules.

Kobo, alongside Wall Street Journal, announced on Sunday that they will stop providing links to buying books or subscription through their iPad and iPhone apps. The two decided to follow Apple’s new iOS subscription rules, barring links to something other than iTunes. Purchases for either will now have to go through the web without direct links. Google Books might also be affected, since its app disappeared from iTunes without explanation on weekend.

Apple’s new rules aren’t fatal to the apps’ successes. Kobo explained that much of its purchasing goes through the website. However, the move gives Apple an unfair advantage. Once the Apple’s rule holds, only the iBookstore will be allowed to have the direct purchasing link.

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Amazon, To Launch New Tablet Computer by October

Written on July 15, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Amazon is planning to battle the iPad with its new tablet computer, which is slated to be released in October.

Earlier reports claimed that Amazon.com will be releasing a new tablet, which is expected to compete against Apple’s current-gen iPad. Now, the launching was made official, as the company recently announced that their device will be available in the market sometime in October. The said tablet will also help the digital store to sell most of its content, such as music and movies.

Apple is renowned for topping the tablet market to date. Since their iPad debut last year, they’ve already sold over 19.5 million worth of devices — forcing Amazon to face a really hard competition.

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Apple’s Back to School Promotion Launches TODAY!

Written on June 16, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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People have heard several rumors regarding the Apple "Back to School Promotion". Finally, the wait is over, as Apple officially announced their Back to School Promo.

Numerous predictions have been thrown out these past few weeks with regards to the exact date of Apple’s “Back to School Promotion” launching. Finally, after a long wait, the company declared the said promotion open.

The Apple promotion offers people a $100 gift card, which can be used on all leading App Store, including the Mac App Store, iTunes Store, and iBookstore. The company is expecting that loads of participants will be present on the said promo today, but people don’t need to rush that much since this Back to School Promotion is not a one-day event, it will run until September 20, 2011.

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New Cool Features for iOS 5

Written on June 14, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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The newest and coolest features from iOS 5 will make its owners entertained, connected, and updated with the latest buzzes in the industry today.

As shared by the company, the iOS 5 comes in a completely new features, making it easier to use by techie and not-so techie people. And as of today, as more and more people are using this great gadget, some additional specs have been identified.

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Apple reveals iTunes in the Cloud

Written on June 07, 2011 by R. Cruise

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Apple officially revealed its much anticipated iTunes in the Cloud feature at WWDC on Monday.

The feature which will formally launch alongside iOS 5 this fall will be part of iCloud, but users can test some of the features today.

iTunes in the Cloud enables users to access songs, albums, music videos, apps and books that were already bought but is not available locally on the user’s device. For example, if you don’t have a copy of an album on your iPhone or iPad for that matter but you really want to hear your favorite song, you can just download the track from your account again for instead of having to sync with your Mac or PC.

Apple will introduce an iTunes Match service that will make it easy for users to gain cloud access to all the music they haven’t purchased on iTunes for just $25 a year, by fall. Nevertheless, users can take advantage of the larger “access your iTunes purchases” feature starting today.

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Apple Finally Signs Universal Music to its iCloud

Written on June 03, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Finally! Universal Music inks its way to Apple's iCloud service.

As CNet reports, Apple has signed Universal Music to its iCloud service. This represents the last step before the Cupertino-based company can launch its iCloud service.

“The agreement means that Apple now has the rights to offer recording rights from all of the major labels. In addition, Apple has reached agreements with some of the large publishers, the sources said.”

The iCloud, which is believed to offer music streaming to iOS and Mac users, will be officially announced at the company’s WWDC keynote on Monday, June 6. Apple also adds the streaming won’t be available on the said date, but will be offered soon. The company will initially store music in iCloud that was bought through iTunes. However, Apple is planning to include songs outside iTunes ‘sometime in the future’.

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